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- xv, 421 p.
- "For use by postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students in the study of discrete-time integrals, this text focuses on an algebraic approach to the analysis and design of discrete-time signal processing. It is assumed that the reader has a working knowledge of complex numbers and has completed a first course in vector and matrix analysis."--BOOK JACKET."Various subjects and problems are discussed including: an alternative approach to the use of Laplace and z-transformations; the solution of both difference and state space equations; linear-algebraic ideas for the analysis and design of linear signals; the design of recursive (IIR) and nonrecursive (FIR) digital filters; the use of discrete approximation and digital transformation in digital filter design; the design of classical Butterworth, Chebyshev and Elliptical analog filters and the transformation of analog filters; the Discrete Fourier Transform and its implementation through the Fast Fourier Transform; application of least-squares analysis to the design of linear-phase FIR filters, convolution (FIR and IIR) signal models, and state space signal models; finite wordlength (FWL) implementation of IIR digital filters."--BOOK JACKET.1. Introduction -- 2. Digital Signals -- 3. Digital Filters -- 4. Signal Processing -- 5. Finite Wordlength IIR Filter Implementation.